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Gal, Nissim

University of Haifa, Department of Art History

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Nissim Gal is Lecturer on modern and contemporary art at the Department of Art History, University of Haifa, Israel. His PhD dissertation, The Fictitious Unity of the Subject: Investigating the Question of the Subject in American Art after World War II, was approved with distinction. He is the author of Ilana Salama Ortar: La plage tranquille (Montpellier 2007) and of The Portrait of the Artist as a Facial Design (Tel Aviv 2010). His articles have been published in various academic specialized journals. He is the co-editor of The Beauty of Japheth in the Tents of Shem: Studies in Honour of Mordechai Omer (Tel-Aviv 2010, with Hana Taragan) and currently editing Observing the Work of Dorothy Robbins (forthcoming, Haifa 2011).

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